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, Volume III of the IEA History is intended to serve essentially as a companion to Volumes I and II, in providing convenient access to the texts of the principal documents discussed in these Volumes. It also contains a bibliography of IEA related published materials, lists of IEA publications and conferences, an Index to the three volumes, and updated information on IEA activities. Published in 1994, Volume I (IEA Origins and Structure) surveyed the institutional origins of the International Energy Agency in the 1973-1974 oil crisis, and examined the 1974 I.E.P. Agreement as well as other oil consumer actions which established the Agency as an operational intergovernmental institution. Volume I also considered the most important IEA relationships, the internal structure of the Agency, and the institutional arrangements which enabled the Agency to develop over the years into an effective instrument for energy policy co operation among its Members. Volume II, following in 1995, moved on to take up the major energy policies and actions of the Agency during its first twenty years, from 1974 to 1994 inclusive. Volume II examined the oil security concerns of IEA Members, including the Agency's evolving oil supply disruption response measures and its management of the 1979 1981 and 1990-1991 disruptions. Volume II looked as well at the broadened oil security concerns which extended to long-term energy policies designed to reduce dependency on imported oil by means of energy conservation and efficiency, energy diversity, R & D, energy and the environment, and trade and investment. The Agency's development of oil market information systems and the expansion of IEA relations with non- Members on a global basis were also considered in that Volume. In many cases the texts of the Agency's actual decisions were described, quoted in part or cited in those Volumes. One of the main purposes of this Volume III is to make a systematic and convenient collection of the full texts or relevant portions of these texts to complete this three Volume series on the IEA's activities over its first twenty years.